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Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang had three goals, and Christian Pulisic scored his first Champions League goal as host Borussia Dortmund overcame Benfica, 4-0, to reach the quarterfinals with a 4-1 win on aggregate.
TIE DAMAGES MANCHESTER CITY Manchester City’s faint ambitions of catching the Premier League leader, Chelsea, were damaged by a 0-0 home draw against Stoke. The result left the team 10 points behind Chelsea with 11 games left.
RIO STADIUM REOPENS The Maracanã stadium has reopened after almost two months of neglect by owners and authorities in Rio de Janeiro. The local club Flamengo paid about $1 million in bills so it could make its debut in the Copa Libertadores before 70,000 fans.
Romo Reportedly Being Released
The Dallas Cowboys plan to release quarterback Tony Romo on Thursday, ending his 14-year run with the team as the new league year gets underway, according to multiple reports. The Cowboys found a franchise quarterback last season in the fourth-round draft pick Dak Prescott, who won the Offensive Rookie of the Year Award. (REUTERS)
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TAYLOR STAYING WITH THE BILLS Tyrod Taylor is set to remain the Buffalo Bills’ starting quarterback, with the team announcing it had restructured his five-year contract extension. Taylor’s future in Buffalo had been in question, with both General Manager Doug Whaley and Sean McDermott, the team’s newly hired head coach, declining to say whether the team was committed to keeping him.
WADA Mulls Corticosteroid Ban
The World Anti-Doping Agency said it was exploring a complete ban on corticosteroids.
Corticosteroids, which are used in anti-inflammatory medicines to treat a range of conditions, are allowed out of competition by athletes and permitted in competition with a therapeutic-use exemption. At the Tackling Doping in Sport conference in London, Olivier Niggli, WADA’s director general, said the status quo was an “unsatisfactory situation.”
Bradley Wiggins, the 2012 Tour de France winner, faced questions last year after the Fancy Bears hacking group showed he had medically approved corticosteroid injections to prevent hay fever.
Minor Leaguers in Suit on Wages
A lawsuit by minor leaguer baseball players alleging they are being paid less than the minimum wage has been recertified as a class action in federal court in San Francisco.
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The players sued in February, asserting that most earn less than $7,500 annually, in violation of several laws. Magistrate Judge Joseph C. Spero preliminarily granted class-action status in October 2015 but withdrew the certification last July. After a motion to reconsider, Spero certified a class that included players who had participated since Feb. 7, 2011, in the California League, spring training, extended spring training or instructional leagues and had not signed a major league contract before then.
Last year, Commissioner Rob Manfred said the dispute was about “the irrationality of the application of traditional workplace overtime rules to minor league baseball players.”
TRACK AND FIELD
Jamaican Sprinter Is Pregnant
The Jamaican sprinter Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, the reigning world champion in the 100 meters, announced on Facebook that she was pregnant and would miss the world championships in London this August.
Fraser-Pryce, 30, a two-time Olympic gold medalist in the 100 meters, said she would return to competition in 2018. (REUTERS)